Environmentally Sustainable Development

  • The project will conserve biodiversity in key landscapes within the Caspian Hyrcanian broadleaf deciduous forest ecoregion which cover an area of approximately 1.8 million hectares. The ecoregion is recognised for its high levels of endemism; it is also an important storehouse of threatened species.

  • The CSP project aims to achieve an area-based development outcomes that sustain eco-system services - including carbon reduction - and socio-economic development - including employment and income generation.The Project is implemented through partnership between the Iranian Ministry of Jihad Agriculture (Forest, Range and Watershed Organization), Ministry of Interior’s Provincial Governorates and UNDP.

  • The scale-up phase of the CIWP runs from 1 May 2013 to 31 Dec. 2014. The goal of this project is to enhance the effectiveness and sustainability of Iran’s system of wetland protected areas as a tool for conserving globally significant biodiversity. The project is implemented through partnership with Iran's Department of Environment, Ramsar Regional Center in West and Central Asia and UNDP.

  • The CACP is a long standing initiative between Iran’s Department of Environment, UNDP and a number of committed international partners, namely the Wildlife Conservation Society, Panthera, Cheetah Conservation Fund and IUCN’s Cat Specialist Group.

  • The project aims to establish a novel type of collaborative conservation system in which all stakeholder groups are fully engaged in planning, implementing and monitoring of resource management planning to ensure the protection and sustainability of use and exploitation of all biodiversity, renewable natural resources and ecological processes.

  • The core elements of the national communications for both Annex I and non-Annex I Parties are information on emissions and removals of greenhouse gases (GHGs) and details of the activities a Party has undertaken to implement the Convention. In Iran, all three NCs were supported by GEF with the UNDP as the UN implementing agency.

  • This project is about the phase-out of hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs). HCFCs are ozone depleting compounds, the use of which is regulated by the Montreal Protocol on Ozone Depleting Substances.

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